HR Spotlight on GenTraveling Blog

2 April 2019

GenTraveling.com is a family history travel blog. Learn tips for historical genealogical research in Ireland or read interviews with professional genealogists.

As genealogists we spend plenty of time in front of the computer, in libraries, or in the deed room in the basement of a county courthouse. But how often do we get to walk the streets we envision in our research? If you’re a frequent traveler to all things historical, my hats off to you! If, however, you’re like me and don’t get to live the history as much as you would like, or if you’re oft-traveled and out of ideas, I have a site for you. From deciding on a place to visit to wringing maximum impact out of your trip, GenTraveling.com can assist intrepid beginners or even the most seasoned genealogical tourist. Among interviews with genealogists around the country and research advice are cultural tips for visiting overseas countries such as Ireland, as well as activities not to be missed when visiting military parks and genealogical conferences. Check it out for yourself, as Lenore, the blog’s witty author, delightfully prepares readers for the abundance of historical journeys available to passionate “time travelers!”

HR Spotlight on GenTraveling Blog

2 April 2019

GenTraveling.com is a family history travel blog. Learn tips for historical genealogical research in Ireland or read interviews with professional genealogists.

As genealogists we spend plenty of time in front of the computer, in libraries, or in the deed room in the basement of a county courthouse. But how often do we get to walk the streets we envision in our research? If you’re a frequent traveler to all things historical, my hats off to you! If, however, you’re like me and don’t get to live the history as much as you would like, or if you’re oft-traveled and out of ideas, I have a site for you. From deciding on a place to visit to wringing maximum impact out of your trip, GenTraveling.com can assist intrepid beginners or even the most seasoned genealogical tourist. Among interviews with genealogists around the country and research advice are cultural tips for visiting overseas countries such as Ireland, as well as activities not to be missed when visiting military parks and genealogical conferences. Check it out for yourself, as Lenore, the blog’s witty author, delightfully prepares readers for the abundance of historical journeys available to passionate “time travelers!”

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